Fugue D Major Op.137 - Cello

Fugue in D major, Op.137 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)

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Music of the early Vienna period. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Three Quartets for 2 violins, viola and violoncello F major, E minor, C major op. Finale, Allegro String Quartet No. The music is created by electronic sounds and instruments, which are sequenced by musicians who become the author.

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Beethoven - Fugue for String Quintet op.137

Over the years, the Quartet has recorded more than works. String Quintet in C Minor, Op. Andante cantabile con Variazioni.

Fugue in D Major, Op. About Fine Arts Quartet The Fine Arts Quartet has been one of the longest enduring major string quartets in the modern era, and despite numerous personnel changes over the years, its collective talent and style have remained consistent.

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String Quintet in A Major, Op. It has also appeared on countless radio and public television broadcasts, both in the U.

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The group continues to tour and expand its recorded repertoire. The Fine Arts Quartet was founded in Chicago in The original players, all then-current or one-time members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, were Leonard Sorkin first violin , Joseph Stepansky second violin , Sheppard Lehnhoff viola , and George Sopkin cello.

Fugue for string quintet in D major, Op. 137

The ensemble had nearly formed in , with second violinist Ben Senescu, but the war delayed establishment until It began making occasional television appearances, in the s, and in it launched its annual European tours. In Wolfgang Laufer replaced Sopkin, who had served for 33 years, as the ensemble's cellist, and in , Ralph Evans replaced first violinist Leonard Sorkin, the last original member. There have been numerous other changes over the years, particularly in the viola post nine players serving until and second violin four until